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    Simplify IFR using GPS

    For a quick simplified flight, I input my flight plan in FSX with IFR low altitude airways (Beech Baron), and fly the route with VoxAtc as my ATC. I will be vectored to the approach runway and then set my nav radios for the ILS.
    Simple and accurate. Albeit real world would not just rely on GPS.

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    Re: Simplify IFR using GPS

    Real world aviation, I have over 2200+ hours, and the majority of it is with VOR's not GPS. My last company had the bare basics and it was a single pilot IFR part 135 job. I dare say, the real world is cheap and uses 30+ year old navigation equipment.

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    Re: Simplify IFR using GPS

    Too true!
    Something to be said for "Old school" training...
    A working combination of both generations is practical and necessary indeed.